Screen Shield Question

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by sphinx.djc, May 4, 2010.

May 4, 2010

Screen Shield Question by sphinx.djc at 8:58 PM (836 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. sphinx.djc
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    Member sphinx.djc GBAtemp Regular

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    Has anyone tried the Talismoon Screen Shield for the DSi? I see the Hori brand is much more popular everywhere else, is there a difference between the brands? I wanted to get some input before I bought any.
     
  2. Qtis

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    I have an Invisible Shield Full Cover for my DSL (http://www.zagg.com/). That has worked for more than 2 years and the DS itself doesn't have a single scratch. Some people have recommended the Hori screens but that might be a personal preference.


    //Qtis
     
  3. JohnLoco

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    I bought every brand now i think and personally i cant get any of em to stick on without having a ton of bubbles and hair underneath etc. Next time im gonna go to a tattoo shop with an sterile enviorment and let a robot do it for me.
     
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    Member syko5150 GBAtemp Syko!

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    yes i agree with Qtis i highly recommend Invisible Shield.I use them for DS Lite,DSi & cell phone
     
  5. injected11

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    Do like my friend does, and take a shower right before placing the screen protectors. The steam lingering in the air grabs dust and hair and weighs them down, getting them out of the air and making it less likely to get crud under the protector.
     

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